Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 94 (Sale info: For Sale).
Being a view of Andalusia, in Spain, with Peasants dancing the Bolero, others reposing under the shade of a group of Pines. This is a remarkable picture for the sunlight effect pervading it, in which it may compare with the productions of Cuyp or Bonington, the latter of whose works it closely resembles. It was admitted into the exhibition of the Louvre in 1834. [P. 12.]
Catalogue of W. Hayward's Collection of Paintings by the Ancient and Modern Masters, now exhibiting at Corinthian Gallery, corner of Milk and Federal Streets, (Entrance in Federal Street.) Boston: Eastburn's Press, 18 State Street, 1840.